Headlines: Camila Cabello Set for Much Music, Danielle Bradbery, RaeLynn New Music

Camila Cabello to Perform at Much Music Video Awards – Former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello will perform at the upcoming Much Music Video Awards. The “Crying in the Club” singer, now flying solo, joins a performance slate in Toronto that includes rapper Iggy Azalea, Joe Jonas’ group DNCE and Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons. Organizers also Thursday said Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell, Scream Queens alum Keke Palmer, Bea Miller and Victoria Secret’s model Martha Hunt are to present at the Canadian awards show. 13 Reasons Why star Brandon Flynn, 4YallEntertainment and Hedley will also hand out awards in Toronto on June 18. Joe Jonas and Alessia Cara were earlier announced as hosts of the Much Music Video Awards. – Read more at Hollywood Reporter

Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton to Play Benefit

A Message from Scotty McCreery

Vanessa Ferguson comes home to Greensboro from ‘The Voice’ – This week, Ferguson will be back home in Greensboro, and the city will welcome her with fanfare. It will present her with a key to the city at the Vanessa Ferguson Block Party. The free event will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Center City Park, 200 N. Elm St. in Greensboro. The block party will also feature a DJ and food trucks, as well as local musical acts Shelby J, Abyss and Tim Jackson, and Sybil. Ferguson will perform Saturday evening at Barber Park. – Read more at Greensboro.com

The Voice 4 winner Danielle Bradbery Set to Release New Single Sway

RaeLynn announces New Single Lonely Call

Engaged Chris Blue Jokes His ‘Wedding Is Paid Off’ Now After Winning The Voice – Chris Blue may have been named the new winner of The Voice on May 23, but that’s not the only reason he’s celebrating. The Knoxville-bred singer is also getting ready to marry his longtime love, fiancée Stephanie Dunkley. “The wedding is paid off,” Blue tells PEOPLE after his win. “[Stephanie] can actually decorate the church, and we’ll have wedding cars.” – Read more at People

The Voice Winner Chris Blue Talks Sacrifices, Wedding Plans, and Communicating Love and Hope – Have you given any thought to your album and what you want it to be? I have. The main thing I want to do is I want to communicate love and hope to the world. I think that my objective is to inspire many people with music. I thought about the sound, whether it’d be gospel, pop, or funk, I thought about it, but I really like the [genre] that “Money on You” [the original song he sang for the finale] is in, so I may stay in that area, but that’s not as important to me as the response that I would like people to have, which is just be inspired. – Read more at Parade.com

Catching up with Jena Irene Asciutto as she releases her debut album

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Old man Mike Fisher drives Predators, with Carrie Underwood’s support – There are different kinds of fame in professional sports. P.K. Subban is hockey famous. Mike Fisher, thanks to his marriage to music star Carrie Underwood, is tabloid famous – despite the fact that Subban has a personality the size of Tennessee, and the other guy is Mike Fisher. This was never more evident than at media day during the Stanley Cup Final, when Subban tweaked Fisher while goofing around and pretending to be a reporter. – Read more at Yahoo.com

Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta Joins NASH Next 2017 Talent Search as Judge – It’s no secret that Scott Borchetta knows talent when he hears at. During his career at Big Machine, he has helped to make stars out of such acts as Taylor Swift, Justin Moore, and Brett Young. The veteran record executive will soon be putting his expertise to work once again with his participation in NASH Next 2017, a partnership with Cumulus Media. The third annual grassroots national search for the nation’s newest star begins today in over 62 markets across the United States including Dallas, New York, Atlanta, Detroit and Nashville. Beginning today, local artists may enter the competition via the NASH Next website. – Read more at Billboard.com

Simon Cowell On Why ‘America’s Got Talent’ Needs Some Emmy Love & How ‘Idol’ Is Just A Distant Memory – Still, when I went out to Cowell’s Beverly Hills mansion recently to speak to him about the hugely successful series, he was frustrated that the TV industry seems to take it all for granted. He may be right. Despite being a consistent No. 1 show for the summer months on NBC, it gets zero love from the Emmys. Well, I shouldn’t say zero. It did nab a 2011 Outstanding Hairstyling nomination, but that is it. Cowell is determined this year to change this sad state of affairs, particularly as he sees another NBC talent competition series, The Voice, becoming a consistent Emmy darling. “I mean, it’s frustrating,” he said of the show he produced but always had been jonesing to actually be on. “I suppose I probably felt it more for America’s Got Talent than American Idol because it’s a much more difficult show to make. – Read more at Deadline

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